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When is Hit Dispel a useful property?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Guest, Oct 30, 2007.

  1. Guest

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    Subject says it all, when is hit dispel a useful property on weapons?
     
  2. Zalan

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    Basically, when you figth a Necromancer, or a Magic user that use Necro spells. Only real reason for it is to dispell Reavant.
     
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    Basically, when you figth a Necromancer, or a Magic user that use Necro spells. Only real reason for it is to dispell Reavant.

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    Yea I love it on a weapon in DOOM I can hit one 1-2 times and it usually dispels
     
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    Doesnt hit dispel dispel any buffs an opponent casts on himself when you hit him? I would think that was how it worked.